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Member postings for Martian

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Thread: MF's Hawker Fury Mk1
14/08/2019 22:06:28

Lovely work Martin , by the way have you given any thought to the wing fairings on the plan it just indicates top and side no mention of where they go or fit ??

Thread: Fieseler Storch
14/08/2019 11:14:32

Looking forward to this build Martin , I was sorely tempted and may get succumb oh the agony

Thread: 1/4 scale PSS MB326 Impala
12/08/2019 19:43:49

absolutely brilliant Monz

Thread: MF's Hawker Fury Mk1
11/08/2019 16:17:14

Love it Martin it,s looking really good

Thread: K3731 Martians Fury 1
11/08/2019 15:06:36

Thank you Martin ,having looked all through your build images your work is excellent you don't need inspiration from me looking forward to your next update 😎

Thread: Silver Spitfire
11/08/2019 10:53:24

The Silver **LINK**Spitfire took of this week next stop Greenland

Thread: K3731 Martians Fury 1
11/08/2019 10:48:19

Thank you Colin and thank you Danny much appreciated

10/08/2019 21:33:08

Hi fellow modelers and flyers originally at the start of this build it was my intention to build k3731 but as one does I changed my mind and changed it to K5682 ( which has Cambridge Blue markings ) Cambridge Blue is so varied in hue I settled for the nearest I could well there was no way I could achieve true scale. I made my own transfers and logo. This plane K5682 was assigned to RAF Cranwell as a trainer aircraft and during it,s time there it was damaged beyond repair and scrapped it has not been easy tracking down info but I am doing my best. I have never done any rigging before but have nearly completed the tail end just need some more ali tubing. I destroyed a leather bum bag for the fine leather using it for the cockpit combing and cable patches. I have also deviated from the dummy 22swg wire for the elevator cables and have used plastic coated wire which has shearing elastic attaching the wire to the rear of the cockpit this is having the effect of keeping the wire under tension and also acts as a damper , the plan called for 22swg wire to slide into ali tubing buried in the tailplane. I have used the brass parts intended for the windscreen to make litho frames and made a 3 part glass shield from thick Perspex it looks ok I think that's about it next is the wing rigging goodness knows how long that will take. anyway some pics below

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poor pic but it is the handholds out of leather since found out they used some form of cord which I will add

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Thread: Best Dremel Clone
08/08/2019 15:43:57

Aldi are selling a mini grinder and buffer with a flexible drive that has a chuck the same size as a dremel i have to say it,s my go to tool although I have a dremel clone too , it is much like using a dentist drill very versatile. Less than £30

Thread: ALDI Multimeter for 99p !!!!
08/08/2019 15:35:08

At that price it,s got to measure up

Thread: Prostate Cancer
07/08/2019 18:11:19

That's brilliant Andy I hope it continues so

06/08/2019 20:10:29

It's right to find everything you can ask questions like what benefit does that method offer over others

05/08/2019 18:14:34

Hi Andy try the link above for info there are 16 articles to check out

03/08/2019 11:32:42

Sorry to hear that Glenn ,try checking the forum on http://Prostatecanceruk.org

Edited By Martian on 03/08/2019 11:34:39

Thread: Aldi
25/07/2019 20:53:46

It's how I use it 😎

25/07/2019 15:10:28

Hi I didn't provide a link because they are available in store it looked like a standard disc to me 5/6 inches approx

25/07/2019 11:34:49

Worth a look if you are in the market for 1 or the other this way you get both for about £80 made by Ferrex looks pretty good

Thread: Aldi again
25/07/2019 11:30:54

Aldi have stainless steel straws in at the moment a pack of 4 for about £3 a bargain if you need stainless steel tube

Thread: Prostate Cancer
19/07/2019 11:35:37

It can be difficult sometimes John it,s normal to be like that and strangely enough our brains seem to latch on to cancer information stories I know I think are they doing this on purpose to spook me and having an underlying feeling of anger after all even if it's not aggressive you know it's there and it doesn't belong , it's a journey with a potentially positive outcome. Take care John

Thread: Litho plate substitute?
19/07/2019 11:26:03

As far as I know all Ali drinks cans have a micro layer of plastic to prevent leaching and corrosion

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